Vogue Turkey released its latest issue just before the weekend. For the July 2014 cover, the magazine decided on a trio of girls to front the issue, including Jeneil Williams, Katlin Aas and Devon Windsor. Photographed by Jem Mitchell, the girls are seen lying in a field of flowers while donning floral lace dresses to enhance the mood of the cover. In spite of the magazine giving us a bevy of beauties, Vogue Turkey's efforts have fallen flat with most of our forum members.
"Great idea for a cover. Great trio of girls. But unfortunately it doesn't look good," commented mikel.
"I just don't like how the far left girl is chopped, but it's a lovely photo and I love how the pink masthead complements the flowers," shared Srdjan.
In the same frame of mind, justaguy thought the cover was more of an afterthought: "I get the concept here, but somehow, the end result looks like something thrown together last minute."
Forum member anlabe32 made a heavy statement: "Worst cover of 2014 so far, and Jeneil looks awful."
MulletProof wasn't so convinced the girls looked Vogue-worthy and wrote, "They all look like they were picked up from a bus stop and asked to do a Vogue cover 2 hours later."
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